I like alcohol too for its simpicity, quietness and no strong smell.
Oh, very nice.
Thanks for sharing your fine stove.
I appreciate the old being restored to look and work like new. Good luck with your search for suitable paint.
So right @ArchMc
great looking find. Congratulations.
You have chosen very well when using "looks" as the criteria. Beautiful.
Nice stove. I am coming to appreciate alcohol stoves with wicks more and more.
I remember carrying on solid cap and one pouring cap on backpacks. the two caps were tied together with strings.
I can certainly see why you looked for 6 years. Very nice.
Looks great after the clean up.
Bet your're proud of that one. Looks great.
Surely that logo was designed "on porpoise" :lol:
Really nice condition
@Rai that is a beautiful burner
Thanks for sharing your fine stove. There is, I believe, a modern Chinese gravity fed alcohol stove available thru Amazon. I bet your stove is...
Thanks for sharing your results.
lucky you to be asked to hold the stove for a while!
Why do I find this burner history so fascinating? Is there an OTC treatment for stove pox?
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